LEGO Super Heroes Superman Vs Power Armor Lex 6862
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- Includes 3 minifigures: Superman, Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor
- Features kryptonite robot and kryptonite gun
- Kryptonite robot features movable fingers for grabbing Wonder Woman
- Kryptonite robot measures over 5" (15cm) tall
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For a licensed set, the pricing combined with the detailed model and the three unique minifigures are a good deal and a great surprise. The power armor is a nice throwback to the Exoforce theme that LEGO had a while back but it a bit smaller and a lot sturdier than the Exoforce. The detail is good but not extravagant enough that it becomes a fragile model to actually play with. It's pretty sturdy, can be posed without falling apart and can stand on its own. I really the details the put to create the kryptonite blaster. Swivels 360 degrees at the waist. Doesn't bend at the 'knees' like Exo-Force mechs but it makes for a sturdier model. It's playability is perfect for younger kids.
There are also a lot of unique and rare pieces used to build the power armor so it's great for LEGO builders who want to add more unique pieces to their brick collection (a lot of the pieces would be great for a mad scientist lab).
The minifigures are awesome and make nice, unique additions to our collection. As with most licensed LEGO minifigures, the three minifigures are a light flesh-color rather than the standard minifigure yellow. Superman and Wonder Woman have two-sided face but Lex Luthor doesn't (probably because he is bald). The superman minifigure comes with a unique hairstyle piece, a red cape and the torso has muscular design drawn on it. Wonder Woman comes with a unique golden lasso (not the same lasso that comes with horses and knights) and has a detailed torso as well. Lex has unique black suit torso and plain black legs. Love the minifigures.Read more ›
You can get about everything else from the box description - the set comes with 3 minifigures (Superman, Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor) and the pieces necessary to make Lex's Power Armor. It's a must-have for any Superhero fan who also loves Legos! Can't wait to find the other DC Superhero Lego sets at a reasonable price either in the store or on Amazon!
Of all the DC superheroes sets, this is the only one that isn't focused on Batman. That alone makes it a definite must-have for kids and collectors alike.
1. Superman - What superhero collection is complete without Superman? He looks great in minifig form, with the trademark curl of his hair to the emblem on his chest.
2. Wonder Woman - This is probably the coolest-looking minifig of the set. All the classic details are beautifully printed, making the pieces (especially the hair) very unique. Her lasso is a little small, but it's cool that they included it.
3. Lex Luthor - He's a little plain, but so is the comic book counterpart, so that makes sense. Still, he looks just like you'd expect him to.
The robot mecha is really cool. I mean, who doesn't like a giant robot? I'm not sure how much sense it makes in the context of the comics, but it's pretty awesome in this set and very different from the other sets in the DC line. The green and purple color scheme is nice looking and the mecha has a lot of great articulation and play features.
This ultra build is different than the rest....mostly because it comes with three mini figures (Superman, Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor) and because it isn't just an ultra build of one character (like the Joker, Iron Man, Capt America or Batman). Lex Luthor's suit is robust! There is a lot of armor and he holds in his hand a gigantic, futuristic weapon. It stands up remakably well and has realistic movements in its limbs (i.e. it looks like it's really standing and doesn't easily contort into weird shapes or anything).
If you think of the normal lego "universe" as mini figures and sets (cars, street elements, castles, boats, buildings etc.) then Lex's suit is a like a giant monster, which is unique since not many sets feature such large entities like this one. Also, what is really cool, is that you can interact this ultra build with the other ultra builds (Joker and Batman in particular). If you think of the ultra builds as giants in the Lego universe, then this set is the only true crossover that allows the minifigures (in this case Lex Luthor) to directly interact with, or fight, giant ultra build Batman and giant ultra build Joker.
It is really great that Superman and Wonder Woman are included in this set as they add playability! You can have Lex battle the two iconic DC superheroes. If you have other ultra builds you have Lex battle them, or have him smash through your Lego cities. Presumably, Lex's weapon uses kryptonite (the weapon does have kryponite's characteristic green glow to it), which is a huge reason I'm glad they added Wonder Woman, because she wouldn't be immune to his primary weapon and they can tag-team their attack on the oversized Lex.
Great set. Easy to put together. Fun to play with. Great crossover from regular sized Legos to the ultra build series they started.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 8 yr old son built this immediately and plays with it all the time. Of course it comes with 3 characters that he loves.Published 1 month ago by Shelley DeLyn Jackson
bought it for christmas and it was sommuch fun building. instruction manual was easy to followPublished 4 months ago by Ingrid Gonzalez